I don’t know how many women who have lost three of their children remain not only sane, but also committed to their struggle for life, for her rights as an indigenous woman, a woman who works the land and a mother in search of justice. (6 photos)
World Animal Day was celebrated this past Sunday, October 4. In Caracas, hundreds of people rallied next to their pets to demand respect for animal rights. The rally began at Bolivar Square to the sound of rock music. (19 photos)
Though the locals are kind and charismatic, none of its sidestreets are very safe. These photos were taken during an activity organized by the National Photography Center, which made the needed arrangements with the police and residents of the area. (27 photos)
Wednesday is the day when Caridad is allowed to buy basic products in Caracas if and when they are available. To play the hit-and-miss game you wait for hours in line. Rice, flour, coffee, cooking oil, milk and bathing soap and toilet paper are some of the items that often go “missing”.
Here in Venezuela, like everything else you buy, potatoes are increasingly beyond hand’s (or pocket’s) reach. The last time I went to a market, a kilo was being sold for the equivalent of 90 USD at the official exchange rate. (21 photos)
Sabino was not only claiming back land for the Yukpas, he was also opposed to the continuous felling of hundreds of hectares of forest for the growing of cassava and for mining.
As the year unfolds, food products in Venezuela are becoming less and less available and becoming the focus of people’s daily concerns, prompted by agonizingly long lines and a constant increase in food prices. (15 photos)
A flyer from the National Photography Center (CENAF), which called on all photographers, professional and not, equipped with cameras or cell phones, to take part in a kind of photography walk through the parish of Catia in Caracas. (25 photos)
Yesterday, I bid farewell to my best costumers: a young couple and their 9-month daughter. I did three photo shoots for them: during her pregnancy, after the baby was born, and later for the child’s baptism.